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    Quote Originally Posted by ToniS View Post
    MrsLA: Welcome and Congrats

    MissXamA: Great Pics, glad bub is going well

    k17: Well done for doing all that cleaning. I do not have the energy to clean. I will force myself in a few weeks when I go on maternity leave.

    LilPetal: Good luck with the moving. Hope it goes smoothly.

    MichelleClareBear: After hearing about your job maybe jury duty would be a more stressfree option? Its not to bad really.

    Hello everyone else

    31 weeks today
    Yay for 31 weeks!!! How are you feeling?

    I was thinking that, but it is over an hour drive for me to get there as it is based South side of SEQ and I am North side... The drive would make me crazy doing that everyday for 4 weeks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MichelleClareBear View Post
    Yay for 31 weeks!!! How are you feeling?

    I was thinking that, but it is over an hour drive for me to get there as it is based South side of SEQ and I am North side... The drive would make me crazy doing that everyday for 4 weeks!
    Feeling tired haha. 13 working days left then hopefully focus on getting the disaster zone known as my house in a bit of order

    Jury duty you don't attend every day. I think it the 4 week period I attended 3 times and didn't get selected to serve. You only attend when your number is called. Obviously if you get picked to serve then you will be attending daily for the length of that trial.

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    wow 13 days I am so jealous!! Wish I could start maternity leave now haha. I hear you on being tired, I struggle to make it through 40 hours of work a week at the moment.

    on my note from the court it says you may be selected again out of a second ballot I will then need to be available for four weeks as of the 27th of May.

    Not sure if I ask work to excuse me or just see if I get selected but then if I do I will have to go and work will more than likely crack the sh*ts at me.

    Not much of a win-win situation for me

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    Inform your boss you have received a summons for Jury Duty. They cannot penalise you its against the law. I work in health and was not excused as I am not deemed to be "irreplaceable" in the work area. Is there any public transport from where you live to where court is? Because you can claim from the court the cost of public transport. You can't claim if you drive your own car.

    13 days is good the breakdown is not. I work Wed - Fri this week have the weekend off. Then work Mon - Sun next week (yep 7 days) then have the Mon Tues off. Then do Wed- Fri again then I'm done

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    Yay for 31 weeks Toni. I hope your last working days go quickly for you.

    I got lucky with my cleaning, and i just woke up and felt like cleaning stuff out. I got annoyed when DH dragged me away from the cleaning, to go to the shops lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToniS View Post
    Inform your boss you have received a summons for Jury Duty. They cannot penalise you its against the law. I work in health and was not excused as I am not deemed to be "irreplaceable" in the work area. Is there any public transport from where you live to where court is? Because you can claim from the court the cost of public transport. You can't claim if you drive your own car.

    13 days is good the breakdown is not. I work Wed - Fri this week have the weekend off. Then work Mon - Sun next week (yep 7 days) then have the Mon Tues off. Then do Wed- Fri again then I'm done
    Yeah I am not really 'irreplaceable' so I doubt they'd let me get off anyways.

    I would be able to catch the train I am sure that wouldn't be a problem... If not I guess I can stay at my mums place as she lives close by. Always options

    wow 7 days when you will be like 32 weeks pregnant!! That is not fair, I have no idea how you manage that?!

    Are you going back after bub is born? or staying at home?

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    Smurfy I rarely want to clean at the best of times. DP is waiting for nesting to kick in haha.

    Michelle my boss is an ****. Our agreement is only that we work 10 days in a fortnight. How that is rostered is up to the boss. I've done 9 straight before its a killer. I did 7 straight 3 weeks ago and it took me days to recover. I may end up having a sick day next week will see how I go. I'll be back at work in January can't afford not to return.

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    I'd be having a sick day in the middle of your 7 days straight.

    DH is generally the one in our house that does the majority of the cleaning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ToniS View Post
    Smurfy I rarely want to clean at the best of times. DP is waiting for nesting to kick in haha.

    Michelle my boss is an ****. Our agreement is only that we work 10 days in a fortnight. How that is rostered is up to the boss. I've done 9 straight before its a killer. I did 7 straight 3 weeks ago and it took me days to recover. I may end up having a sick day next week will see how I go. I'll be back at work in January can't afford not to return.
    haha men love it when we nest its code for 'clean'

    Your boss does sound like an ***! 7 days straight is hard enough (I have done it before when nursing) never mind when you are pregnant!! I would call in sick if I were you, I wouldn't be stressing yourself out and making yourself feel even more exhausted.

    oh bugger

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    Hiya ladies!! Just popping in quickly and will update later when on the computer!
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